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Category Archives: Employment Contracts
In Warm Zones v Thurley and another (2014) EWHC 988 (QB), the High Court considered an application by an employer for an order for the imaging and inspection of computers belonging to ex-employees. Ms Thurley and Ms Buckley were employed … Continue reading
In Ashworth and others v The Royal National Theatre (2014) EWHC 1176 (QB), the High Court has refused to grant an interim injunction to a group of musicians who worked on the Royal National Theatre’s production of ‘War Horse’ in … Continue reading
A recent debate that has sprung up involves the issues revolving around the zero-hours contract; as you may well be aware, these offer no guaranteed hours or times of work, instead relying on the worker to make themselves available for … Continue reading
‘Mr Geys is a lucky man’, said Lord Sumption, opening his judgement in Societe Generale v Geys 2012 UKSC 63. Societe Generale (SG) wanted to terminate Mr Gey’s contract immediately, to deprive him of £6m or so of bonus he … Continue reading